adultery

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Synonyms for adultery

unfaithfulness

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Synonyms for adultery

extramarital sex that willfully and maliciously interferes with marriage relations

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1 and the Recommendations of the National Commission on Reform of Federal Criminal Laws 10 (Feb.
The federal government, which is responsible for all criminal law across the country.
A priest who has sex with a child commits a grave moral wrong and also violates the criminal law.
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Incarceration should be mandated only as a last resort, and more effective alternatives to prison should instead be incorporated into the criminal law.
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See FINAL REPORT OF THE NATIONAL COMMISSION ON REFORM OF FEDERAL CRIMINAL LAWS, A PROPOSED NEW FEDERAL CRIMINAL CODE (1971).
Produced in association with the European Criminal Bar Association (London), the title also carries articles on: the substantive criminal law deriving from EU treaties, EU legislation and under the European Convention of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms; the protection of rights of accused and suspected persons; problems of access to justice; identification of criminal laws at the national level which require alignment in order to promote essential freedoms and ensure common standards; EU agencies such as Europol and Eurojust; the European Arrest Warant and other EU initiatives on criminal law and procedure; and, the harmonization of criminal law within the EU.
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The courts recognize that there is a continuum between pure public health laws and criminal laws.
Graham said her office will not ``duplicate the work of the federal investigation,'' and instead will examine potential violations of Utah criminal laws.